Lecture 9 [b&w] - Lecture 9 Sleep &...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 9 Sleep & Cognition III: Memory [ Declarative Facts ] Sleep & Memory I: Sleep to retain facts Sleep & Memory II: SWS and reactivating learned facts Sleep & Memory III: SWS stimulation to boost fact memory Sleep & Cognition: Memory Lecture 9 REM NREM Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Wake Phasic Tonic Acquisition/ Encoding Consolidation Association / Integration Recall / Recognition Reconsolidation Erasure Declarative Non-Declarative Procedural Implicit Episodic Semantic Non - associative Conditioning Brain State Memory Types Memory Stages Lecture 9 Sleep & Cognition: Memory Jenkins JG, Dalenbach KM. Am Jrnl Psych. (1924) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 4 8 Hours since learning # Syllables recalled Subject H - sleep Subject H - wake Subject Mc - sleep Subject Mc - wake Sleep & Cognition: Memory Lecture 9 Sleep & Memory I: Sleep to retain facts Legacy of their conclusion: The results of our study as a whole indicate that forgetting is not so much a matter of the decay of old impressions it is a matter of interferenceof the old by the new Translation:- Sleep not better, but Wake is worse- i.e. Sleep is passive, does not actively fixate memories Sleep & Cognition: Memory Lecture 9 Jenkins JG, Dalenbach KM. Am Jrnl Psych. (1924) Task: Word-pair learning no interference version Sleep & Cognition: Memory Lecture 9 A B baseball highway carpet window STUDY A ? window ? highway ? TEST D E L A Y Sleep fixates memories! El enbogen et al. Curr Biol (2006) Jenkins JG, Dalenbach KM. Am Jrnl Psych. (1924) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 4 8 Hours since learning # Syllables recalled Subject H - sleep Subject H - wake Subject Mc - sleep Subject Mc - wake Sleep & Cognition: Memory Lecture 9 Sleep & Memory I: Sleep to retain facts Legacy of their conclusion: The results of our study as a whole indicate that forgetting is not so much a matter of the decay of old impressions it is a matter of interferenceof the old by the new Translation:- Sleep not better, but Wake is worse...
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